My friend Mark Umstot told me earlier in the summer about the website 43 things, where you list up to 43 different goals you have in life and can see what other people share that goal, and what else they want to do. Last night I had a lot of fun (basically wasting time I guess) creating my own 43 things site and 43 places. These include things I want to do, and have done– places I want to go, and places I have gone.

As a geographer, I especially like the dynamic map the 43 places site creates, coloring the countries you have visited or want to visit different colors. Very cool.

These websites are fun! They represent yet more examples of the read/write web in action!


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